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Mar 18, 2012 10:00am EDT
photo id necessarily, but you need a utility bill or something like that. out of indiana came the supreme court case where that noted right winger, justice john paul stevens, in a 6-3 majority, said that voter i.d. laws are perfectly constitutional. the point of the voting rights act is to keep states operating constitutionally. clearly, in my view, doj has overreached its voting rights act authority in rejecting south carolina, texas. i do not know of george it is in on that as well -- if georgia is in that as well. >> have you look at how similar it is? >> it is different. south carolina requires a set of id's with a photo. they will bring a bus to your house if you cannot travel. they have free ones and all those things. they have brought down the barriers extraordinarily. virginia is a little bit different. we will let you use a utility bill with your address, it is the same as your idriss on the voter rolls -- as your address on the voter rolls. it raises a major hurdle on the fraud friends. that is the goal. >> do you think it will pass muster with the justice department? >>
Mar 25, 2012 6:00pm EDT
getting out across the country quite a bit. from alabama to texas to new york to tennessee to indiana. we have our folks go across the country all the time. our service member affairs brings back a wealth of information and insight on the problems military veterans are facing. we have skip humphrey heading our older americans. he's out now canvasing the country to understand special problems with that population. and a generation like myself that is taking care of and looking after elderly parents. so i think that as we work, we have a mission. it is a mission set by congress. we want support and partnership with all elected and appointed officials and other agencies to do our work, and that will make us more successful. >> we have time for maybe one more question here. do you want to take it? >> just to get back to the oversight question a little bit, and the question of possible legal action, is that impeding the agency at all, the thought that the first aggressive action you take, rule making or enforcement action, is likely to end up in court, challenged, because of the recent app
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